Alfresco community installation using setup wizard:

Downloaded the following file from the Alfresco website and installed it on my windows 8.1 machine.

Setup file name : alfresco-community-5.0.d-installer-win-x64.exe

And following are the configuration details :

Default language : English

Installation Type : Advanced

Components installed :

1.Java (this is JRE only)
2.PostgreSQL
3.Solr1
4.Solr4
5.SharePoint
6.Web Quick Start
7.Google Docs Integration
8.LibreOffice

Alfresco Installation Directory :

Path : E:\Alfresco

Database Server Parameters :

Host : localhost
Port : 5432
Database : Alfresco5
Username : postgres
Password : postgres
Driver : org.postgresql.Driver

Tomcat Port Configuration :

     Web Sever Domain :  http://127.0.0.1:8900/share (local)

Server port : 8081
Tomcat Shutdown port : 8901
Tomcat SSL Port : 8902
Tomcat AJB Port : 8903

Alfresco FTP Port : 1121

Alfresco SharePoint port : 8989

LibreOffice Server Port : 8904

Alfresco admin details :

username : admin
password : admin123

Now the Alfresco Installation part completed successfully.

Log on to Alfresco Share as the admin user. Enter the password that you specified in the Admin Password window.

http://127.0.0.1:8081/share

The Alfresco server is launched as a Windows service. To manage the server, open the Control Panel Services window. The services that will be running for an
Alfresco install using the default options are:

-alfrescoPostgreSQL
-alfrescoTomcat

Enable Alfresco Audit Service :

The very first task to do is activate the audit service in Alfresco performing that actions.

1.Stop Alfresco.
2.In ‘<Alfresco>/tomcat/shared/classes/alfresco-global.properties’ append:

# Alfresco Audit service
audit.enabled=true
audit.alfresco-access.enabled=true

# Alfresco FTP service
## ATTENTION: Don’t do it if just enabled!
ftp.enabled=true
ftp.port=1121

3.Start Alfresco.

Login into Alfresco to have the very first audit data.
Now let’s check if everything is working properly.

In the browser location write:

http://localhost:8081/alfresco/service/api/audit/control
The result should be a Json similar to the one described below.

{
“enabled” : true,
“applications”: [
{
“name”: “Alfresco Tagging Service”,
“path” : “/tagging”,
“enabled” : true
},
{
“name”: “alfresco-access”,
“path” : “/alfresco-access”,
“enabled” : true
}]
}

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